God's Little Acre Overview:

God's Little Acre (1958) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Anthony Mann and produced by Sidney Harmon.

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Ty Ty Walden: [Expressing his contempt for alcohol] It's all the devil's brew. Cleanest drinking water right in our own back yard. I owe my health and long life to just plain well water.


Ty Ty Walden: [in son Jim Leslie's home] That's a dining room - way down there?


Bill Thompson: I'm gonna' pull a switch and light up the whole world!


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Joan Collins originally sought for one of female leads.
A 1967 re-release attempted to appeal to the new generation by playing up the sex in the advertisements. The '67 poster featured the drawing of a topless woman underneath a bare-chested man on a bed, as well as a topless (but chaste) photo of co-star Fay Spain that was definitely not in the picture itself! For this re-release, Tina Louise was given top-billing and Michael Landon went from tenth billing in 1958 to second billing this time.
Film debut of Tina Louise.
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